But here's where to get your mudbugs.
For the first time in six years, open-wheel racing made its return to the Bayou City this past weekend, as the IZOD IndyCar Series hosted a two-race weekend at Reliant Park. The timing couldn't have come at a better time for the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston. Race fans saw - or should I ... More >>
There will be a thunderous roar echoing through around the stadia at Reliant Park this weekend, and the 2-2 Texans won't have anything to do with it. For the first time since 2007, the IZOD IndyCar Series makes it return to Reliant Park for the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston. Making his ... More >>
A line isn't always a good sign.I love soup. Back when my wife and I were living very much hand to mouth, soup was a constant in our kitchen. It's delicious, economical, and almost endlessly variable. We often employed a technique I learned from my mother's mother's mother, called the Never E ... More >>
Inside the light and airy Relish Fine Foods.Relish Fine Foods had its grand opening this past Monday and Tuesday, and was already off to a fast start when I dropped by at 2 p.m. on Monday afternoon. The store was already sold out of all of their salads, and other prepared items were going jus ... More >>
Houston billionaires haven't joined Bill Gates' and Warren Buffett's Giving Pledge. Yet. One of the big stories this week is Bill Gates' and Warren Buffett's Giving Pledge, where the super-billionaires have promised to donate half their money to charity. Even better, they've convinced 38 other ri ... More >>
Photo courtesy GHCVBForbes Traveler has a new list up -- called alternately "the 13 greatest urban silhouettes" and "the world's most stunning city skylines."Here is what makes a skyline great, according to the article: It has to be more than merely memorable, it must have some exceptional chara ... More >>
A flight attendant went after the Osteens in court, bringing on trials and tribulation for one and all
Indy Legends brings Brickyard history to life
It's not just for geeks anymore. Fantasy football's gone mainstream.
Dust to Glory honors the Baja 1000, where everybody's a legend
County Judge Bob Eckels, the Doc Ock of transportation, is busy planning more roads
Now independent, the Art Car Parade can go its own way
A lawsuit accuses oil executives of cheating a divorcée
The Art Car Parade parts ways with the International Festival
As art car festivities move further from their roots, events could be heading on a collision course
A tobacco company takes to the streets to reassure marginalized smokers
(Houston Sculpture 2000)
There's some fury over a jury deciding who gets in the parade
Laurels at the Art Car Parade go to the cars that stay the course
Mike Scranton's creations are the evilest looking things in the parade. And he'll wrassle anyone who says otherwise.
When Kyle Rutherford scored a touchdown, his parents cheered. When he threw a strike, they dreamed of college glory. And when he was benched, they took his high school to federal court.
Are We Having Fun Yet? Or is it just the jangly buzz of advanced urban stress syndrome?